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  • Saudi Electric may go for long Sukuk tranche

    Saudi Electric may go for long Sukuk tranche

    Massive demand for Saudi Electric Co's (SEC) first international sukuk issue may prompt the company to include a rare long-dated tranche -- and could encourage issues by other utility companies in the Gulf.

    March 26, 2012 4:28
  • Shell scrambles to pay $1B for Iran oil

    Shell scrambles to pay $1B for Iran oil

    Royal Dutch Shell is struggling to pay off $1 billion that it owes Iran for crude oil because European Union and US financial sanctions now make it almost impossible to process payments, industry sources said.

    March 26, 2012 4:17
  • Abu Dhabi: Raising Capital

    Abu Dhabi: Raising Capital

    With the Yas Mall, Deerfields Town Square, The Lourve Museum in the news these past few days, Kipp can't help but feel we are back in 2010.

    March 26, 2012 3:44
 
  • Dubai tries hard to boost business

    Dubai tries hard to boost business

    Between temporary licenses, pension funds and mandatory insurance and credit rating schemes, Dubai is pulling all the stops to look better in the business world.

    March 26, 2012 2:45
  • Cash under the mattress: a new chapter for regional banks

    Cash under the mattress: a new chapter for regional banks

    Everyone’s got a theory about where best to keep money. And even though banks used to be the go-to alternative, its future remains uncertain. That is, if they don’t change.

    March 25, 2012 3:55
  • Investors hope UAE Q1 earnings justify stock rally

    Investors hope UAE Q1 earnings justify stock rally

    As the first quarter of the year draws to a close, investors are looking ahead to the announcement of corporate earnings for the period. In the United Arab Emirates, they are seeking justification for the sharp rally in local stocks over recent weeks.

    March 24, 2012 4:06
 
 
 
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